Caesars Entertainment held a job fair Saturday afternoon looking to fill more than 1,300 jobs. Many of the open positions are at The LINQ, an outdoor entertainment space located between The Flamingo and The Quad resorts.
Representatives were on hand from restaurants, shops, and bars set to open at the end of February. There are job openings at the Las Vegas High Roller observation wheel, expected to open soon.
"We're looking for the engaged, the upbeat, the positive individual who's willing to help us bring our guests back again, and again, and again," said Eloise Scavella, Vice President of Employment and Training at Caesars Entertainment.
Caesars Entertainment says there will be more job fairs in the coming months to fill positions at other properties, including a new boutique hotel that will replace Bill's Gamblin' Hall.
The first six retailers at The LINQ opened last December.
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